Every year marks some kind of change, and the Super Bowl is no exception.
Next year, the NFL will no longer use Roman numerals to designate which number it is in the series, and will instead switch to Hindu-Aramaic numerals. So instead of Super Bowl L, those of us who watch the game will be tuning into Super Bowl 50.
But it is not next year yet, and in preparing for this year’s game, I did my best to finish a blanket that was intended to be a Christmas gift.
The first order of business was to weave in and trim the ends of the twenty-eight remaining small squares and then join them into seven two-by-two arrays that serve as the centers of the larger squares.
I had them done by Friday afternoon:
With that task behind me, I began working to finish the twelve remaining and partially completed larger squares, but despite working on them all day Saturday and most of this morning, I only made it halfway to my goal by sunset today:
So now, with four minutes left in the second quarter of the last Roman numeral Super Bowl, I am ready to begin working on the squares that remain:
5 thoughts on “Super Bowl XLIX”
Since I don’t watch the Superbowl, I had no idea they were ditching Roman numerals! I always wondered why they used them in the first place! Your blanket is lovely! I’ve ordered the book that has this pattern so I can make one of my own!
So disappointed in results of the game. Bad call and cheating! Does not send a real good message. Hopefully the Patriots will get their due for deflategate! I love your squares. I almost finished Berry Blue and White C2C afghan while watching the game!
I bought the book with this pattern in it back when you first (?) mentioned it several years ago. I really am planning on making one – I really am! I just get so easily sidetracked… I love the new twist you put on it with the small filler squares.
This is my second attempt to make the afghan depicted in the book, and while I consider the project a success, it is my second “failure” at making the project pictured the book. 🙂 Good luck to you with yours when you get to it. One day, I fully intend to see how it works with a variegated yarn.
Would someone please let me know what book this pattern is in?
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